Archive for the ‘unlawfulness’ Category

James Grant[1] Introduction The recent decision of the Constitutional Court in Minister of Justice v Prince[2](“MOJ v Prince”)was met with ululation in court. The Court found decisively in favour of the private use, cultivation and possession of cannabis – in private. The decision went to far for some, and not far enough for others. It […]

On Tax Revolts and Timing

Posted: 27th January 2019 by jamesgrantlaw in Criminal Law, Education, Tax, Tax revolts, unlawfulness, Zuma

I take it as uncontroversial that one is entitled to insist that a government which extracts taxes from one, must use it for legitimate government purposes. I expect also that if a government was misappropriating or misapplying those taxes, one would be entitled to, at least, divert your taxes to an entity or trust which […]